In the November issue of House & Garden Magazine (pages 76-77) Emily Tobin talks to master weavers Caron Penney and Katharine Swailes about their work and the artists they have collaborated with.
Written by Emily Tobin
Collecting Modern Tapestries | How to Spend it - Financial Times
With textiles increasingly seen as covetable artworks, these postwar pieces offer both collectors’ cachet and accessible prices, says Jenny Dalton.
Dalton writes about the importance of the tapestry maker and highlights Caron Penney as one of these examples, along with Yvette Cauquil-Prince who wove the Picasso tapestries.
Written by Jenny Dalton
Arundel Gallery Trail
The Arundel Gallery Trail is in its 29th year and has more than 150 artists in 63 locations. It is also an exciting year for the Mill Studio as we will have four artists in the trail. They are Piers Ottey, Heather Gray-Newton, Katharine Swailes and Caron Penney.
The Mill Studio at the Arundel Gallery Trail | 19 - 28 August 2017
Here & Now Tapestry Exhibition
Here & Now is the first major tapestry exhibition in the UK for twenty years. The curator Lesley Millar has chosen artists from around the world including Australia, Canada, Finland, Norway, Latvia, Japan, Norway, USA and the UK.
The shortlisted finalists for The Cordis Prize for Tapestry 2016, the biggest international prize for the textile artform, fresh from their exhibition at The Royal Scottish Academy.
The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle | 2 June - 14 July 2017
London Craft Week
A selection of Martin Creed's clothing and tapestry works where on display for an evening in the private viewing area of Hauser & Wirth, London for London Craft Week 2017. For more information about the works Ateliers Weftfaced have produced for the artist go to our gallery.
Hauser & Wirth: London | 5 May 2017
Touring White Show
Following on from the successful exhibition at Flow gallery 'The White show' travelled and expanded to Clotworthy House, Northern Ireland. The exhibition explored the strength of the colour white.
Clotworthy House & Antrim Castle Gardens | 15 Nov 2016 - 14 Jan 2017